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Description: A caravan of settlers is arriving and the ranchers intend to hold them out. It looks like a range fight but Sheriff Jim gets the ranchers to agree the settlers. Kohler re-ignites the feud by making settler Winters appear to be a rustler and then by killing Winter's son. Once more the two sides appear headed for a fight and Jim is caught in the middle.
Description: Tex and Ananias are sent by the government to capture some Santa Fe rustlers. Tex recognizes Hendricks as an outlaw, captures him and learns that Hendricks intends to meet a rustler called Dorgan. Tex goes instead and finds out that Dorgan plans to transport rustled cattle through the ranch owned by Graham and his daughter Ruth. Dorgan has Graham Pass set to be dynamited to stop any pursuit.
Description: Before changing his name to Richard Powers, cowboy character Tom Keene spent the waning days of his stardom at Monogram, churning out westerns like Riding the Sunset Trail. When ingenue Betty Dawson (Betty Miles) and her child sister Sugar (Sugar Dawn) are cheated out of their cattle ranch, Tom Sterling (Keene) and his sidekick Mendoza (Frank Yaconelli) vow to receive the ranch back for the girls. This requires Sterling to cross six-guns with Pecos Dean (Gene Alcase), a former mate who'd turned bad.
Description: The Harper wagon train is carrying cash and Bull and his gang are after it. When their first attack is foiled by the rangers, Allen trails them. But he is captured and his ranger badge used to divert the rangers away leaving the wagon train unprotected.
Description: Having briefly abandoned his standard "Nevada Jack McKenzie" characterization in Flame of the West, cowboy star Johnny Mack Brown was back as Nevada Jack in Monogram's The Lost Trail. Vowing to bring in a gang of stagecoach outlaws, Nevada redoubles his efforts when he learns that the owner of the stagecoach line is cute Jane Burns (Jennifer Holt).
Description: Number 10 in Monogram's series of 24 "Range Busters" westerns, Ruin Corrigan, Dusty Lord and Alibi Terhune, the Range Busters,enlist in Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War, but are mustered out and sent to Wyoming to clean up a cattle-rustling case that is affecting the Army's meat supply. Arriving in North Butte, Crash's home town, they all receive separate jobs. Jane Blanchard, a reporter from the Denver Daily, also arrives in city in find of a story, and is posing as a waitress. They learn that Jeff Miller is behind the large combine of rustlers, but Miller also learns that they are the Range Busters and are on his trail. He and his henchmen engage the out-numbered Ruin and Alibi in a fight, but Dusty stampedes a huge herd of Miller's stolen cattle into the midst of the fray.
Description: Jack Randall plays Dunham, a wandering cavalier who comes to the aid of frontier heiress Mary (June Wilkins). The girl's legacy is half-ownership of a prosperous saloon, the another half controlled by hissable villain Slater (Ted Adams). With the support of no less than two comic sidekicks (Frank Yaconelli and Nelson McDowell), Dunham cuts the villain down to size.
Description: To totally appreciate the western comedy The Marshal's Daughter, one gotta be aware that its star, a zaftig, wide-eyed lass called Laurie Anders, was in 1953 a famous TV personality. A regular on The Ken Murray Show, Anders had risen to fame with the Southern-fried catchphrase "Ah love the wi-i-i-ide launch spaces!" Striking while the iron was hot, the entrepreneurial Murray produced this inexpensive oater, which cast Anders as Laurie Dawson, the singing daughter of a U.S. marshal (Hoot Gibson). Teaming with her dad to capture outlaw Trigger Gans (Bob Duncan), Laurie briefly disguises herself as a masked bandit. Amidst much stock footage from earlier westerns and a plethora of lame jokes and dreadful puns, The Marshal's Daughter is a treat for trivia buffs, featuring such virile actors as Preston S. Foster, Johnny Mack Brown, Jimmy Wakely and Buddy Baer as "themselves."
Description: Hoping to increase its box-office allure by adopting the game of a famous song, Deep in the Heart of Texas (clap!clap!clap!clap!) was the first Johnny Mack Brown western of the 1942-43 season. The plot concerns a group of insurrectionists who intend to hold Texas separate from the rest of the USA.
Description: Governor Price sends Sunset Carson to investigate a smuggling ring which is baffling the Border Patrol. Newspaper girl Ann Morton is working incognito in the saloon waiting for a break on ...
Description: Marshals Lash and Fuzzy are sent to receive the goods on Duce Rago. To join Rago's gang, Lash decides to pose as an outlaw by wearing the known belt buckle of a notorious outlaw.
Description: In one of his better early Westerns, Tim Holt, as Deputy Marshal Larry Durant, is sent to Spencerville where a gang of vigilantes has been terrorizing the citizenry. Going undercover as a gunsmith, Larry quickly learns that the leader of the vigilantes, John Spencer (John Elliott), is an honest boy who only seeks to establish law and order. The true brains behind the crimes, meanwhile, are revealed to be Spencer's brother-in-law, Lou Harmon (Roy Barcroft), and his chief henchman, Leighton (Charles King), who speculate in the coming of the railroad by forcing the townspeople to relinquish their land.
Description: Newcomer Kelly Ryan plays Kate, The Outlaw's Daughter, in this medium-scale western. Led astray by outlaw leader Jess (Bill Williams), Kate joins Jess' gang and follows in her dad's footsteps. City marshal Dan (Jim Davis) tries his greatest to reform the girl, but this proves hard inasmuch as Kate holds Dan responsible for her father's death. Only after most of the terrible guys have been decimated by Dan does Kate explore the real identity of her dad's murderer. Having fallen in love with Kate, marshal Dan offers to allow her escape prosecution, but she's made of sterner items than that.
Description: Just after the Civil Fight a Texan and his boys are fighting a ruthless Commissioner and his excessive taxes. After a Lieutenant is falsely accused of a pay wagon massacre by the Commissioner's men, he deserts the Units and tries to clear himself. At first he belives the Texan was behind the massacre but then learns it was the Commissioner and joins the Texan in his fight.
Description: It's 1873 and the disbanded Texas Rangers have been replaced by the corrupt Texas State Police. Steve Lanning arrives posing as a wanted outlaw to receive in with them in his attempt to have them replaced. His inside work supports the Durango Child break up the State Police raids but he is in problem when his secret identity as Durango becomes known to them.
Description: Don "Red" Barry, Republic's respond to Jimmy Cagney, stars in The Apache Kid. Barry plays Pete Dawson, a pugnacious cowboy who dons a mask and becomes a stagecoach robber. It's all in a nice cause, however: Dawson is stealing from the city boss (Leroy Mason) who has ripped off a group of miners. Heroine Lynn Merrick is the daughter of the local judge, so naturally she misunderstands Barry's motives, at least until fadeout time.
Description: Not quite as memorable as his previous Riders in the Sky, Gene Autry's Sons of Fresh Mexico is still well up to the star's standard. This time, Gene tries to reform Randy Pryor, a would-be juvenile delinquent, played by Autry-protégé Dick Jones (who soon starred in the Autry-produced TV series Range Rider and Buffalo Bill Jr). To this end, Pryor is enrolled at the Fresh Mexico Military Institute, where much of this movie was lensed. The child chafes at the school's regimen and escapes, heading back to his criminal mentor Pat Feeney (Robert Armstrong).
Description: Thunder Over the Prairie was the second of Charles Starrett's "Dr. Steve Monroe" westerns. The unorthodox plot is set in motion by an evil land baron (Donald Curtis) who uses the local Indians as laborers, then finds legal ways to hack them of their pay. Dr. Steve Monroe (Starrett), the reservation physician, does his greatest to thwart the villain by peaceable methods.
Description: Fast on the Trigger was Charles Starrett's second "Durango Kid" picture for 1949. It all starts when ousted sheriff Steve Warren (Starrett) is place on trial for the murder of heroine Nora Reed's (Helen Parrish) brother. Steve is innocent, of course, but he doesn't stand a possibility vs prosecuting attorney Garvey Yager (Lyle Talbot) -- especially since Yager is the true killer.
Description: Originally written as a scene car for corpulent hero actor Macklyn Arbuckle, Ernest Day's The Roundup was first filmed in 1920 with Fatty Arbuckle (no relation) in the lead. By the time the movie was remade in 1941, Arbuckle's character, a roly-poly frontier sheriff called Slim (!), was refashioned as a helping role, with Jack Benny's radio announcer Don Wilson essaying the part. The plot, however, remained fairly intact: Upon hearing that her fiance Greg (Preston Foster) has been killed, Janet (Patricia Morison) agrees to marry rancher Steve (Richard Dix) on the rebound. On the day of the wedding, who could present up but Greg, determined to raise as much Hell as humanly possible
Description: At least 10 percent of the 58-minute Eddie Dean western Shadow Valley is comprised of stock shots from earlier Dean oaters. This time, the star plays as U.S. marshal who comes to the rescue of the standard damsel in distress (Jennifer Holt, sister of Tim and daughter of Jack). The double-dyed villain (George Cheseboro) is a crooked lawyer (and former train robber) who wants to lay claim to the heroine's ranch.
Description: In this western, three Texas Rangers decide to do their part to save the globe and join the Army, but before they can, they are sent to Alaska to destroy a secret Nazi operation involving a submarine refueling station. The outpost is located behind an impenetrable tangle of barbed wire. The rangers receive a tiny help, and explore a traitor. Then to receive through the wire, they begin a cattle stampede and save the day.
Description: Don "Red" Barry is unjustly accused of being a Missouri Outlaw. The true terrible guys are a gang of crooks who've been conning the local merchants and farmers out of their hard-earned dollars. Barry decides to test his terrible reputation to his advantage by infiltrating the criminal gang.
Description: Westerner Tim Holt and his sidekick Richard Martin are hired to act as border guards on the Rio Grande. This being a modern western (more or less), Holt is obliged to hold insurrectionists from smuggling machine guns into Mexico.
Description: In the second of PRC's ramshackle Texas Rangers Westerns, Tex Wyatt (Dave "Tex" O'Brien) is blamed for a murder now committed by Ransom (Jack Ingram) and Holman (Charles King), a couple of thieves. Tex manages to escape and is reunited with his two ranger pals, Jim Steele (James Newill) and Panhandle Perkins (Guy Wilkerson), both of whom are working undercover as performers in a medicine show, a plot contrivance that allows baritone Newill to join Carl Shrum and His Rhythm Rangers in Shrum's "Ride, Ride Ride" and Tex Coe's "West Winds."
Description: Daring Cabellero was the third of producer Phil Krasne's Cisco Child "B" westerns. Duncan Renaldo and Leo Carrillo return as Cisco and Pancho, roles they'd carry over into a famous 1950s TV series. Once more stumbling into a risky situation, Cisco and Pancho risk their own necks by saving an innocent boy from hanging. Eventually, our heroes learn that a corrupt political machine is behind the killing. Leading lady Kippie Valez is cast as "herself," which gotta have meant more in 1949 than it does today. Unlike the subsequent TV series, Daring Caballero does not end with the leading actors reciting their standard mantra "Oh, Pancho! Oh, Cisco!"
Description: Pete Grant controls the city of Pecos and it's Mayor and Marshal. When Jimmy, Denny, and Lasses arrive they later search themselves in trouble. Already suspected of murder, Jimmy and Denny catch two of the three boys that rob the Express Office only to search themselves framed for the robbery. Posing as a woman, Lasses breaks them out and they head after the third boy who is the one that can clear them.
Description: Wild Horse Rustlers was PRC's 1943 entry in the "Nazis on the prairie" western cycle. Character Tom Cameron (Bob Livingston) discovers that his twin brother (also Bob Livingston) with a group of German spies. The villains intend to thwart the government's efforts to round up horses for military service. Fortunately, the terrible twin turns nice by fadeout time, and Democracy is preserved once more.
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